Why is it good to attend the Memorial of Jesus Christ’s death from Jehovah’s Witnesses?

Why is it good to attend the Memorial of Jesus Christ’s death from Jehovah's Witnesses?
The Memorial of Jesus Christ’s death is conducted by Jehovah’s Witnesses in accordance with the requirements of God’s Word, the Bible. Just as it was carried out by the first Christians in the first century. For example, the memorial service is always held on the anniversary of Jesus Christ’s death, the 14th of Nisan (biblical calendar). The way in which the commemoration is carried out also corresponds to the pattern that we find in God’s Word (the Bible). It would be difficult to find any other religion or organization on earth that follows the commandment of Jesus Christ in this way.
Therefore, it is only logical and good to attend the Memorial of Jesus Christ death from Jehovah’s Witnesses. Since no other religion or organization in the world is known to adhere to what is specified in the Bible when conducting the Last Supper or memorial meal.
At first glance, this might seem very surprising. That there are no other religions that conduct the Memorial or Lord’s Supper as required or prescribed in the Bible. However, if we know that other religions also deviate in many other important points from what is clearly required in the Bible (God’s Word), this need no longer be so surprising.
For example, which other religion, apart from Jehovah’s Witnesses, adheres to God’s commandment not to kill or murder other people? Time and again in the history of the 20th century and 21st century, it has become clear that only Jehovah’s Witnesses unanimously adhere to this commandment when governments demand that people should go to war. And to take the lives of other people in the process.
The same applies to what is clearly taught in the Bible (God’s Word). For example, almost all religions, apart from Jehovah’s Witnesses, teach that the soul is mortal. Although the Word of God clearly states, according to the Bible book of Ezekiel, that the soul that sins will die (Ezekiel 18:4)